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Obituary: Larry V. Bugni

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Larry V Bugni passed away peacefully at home on May 7, 2017. Larry was born on March 12, 1958, in Butte, Montana to Fred Bugni and Marcia Barsanti. He was the third of nine children.  

Larry married Ann Winder on May 7, 1976. Together they had three wonderful children, Laura, Anthony, and Andrew.

In his work life, Larry became an Ironworker in 1979 retiring in 2007 from Local 377 out of San Francisco.  He loved his work and took great pride in every job he did. One of the last jobs he did was the retrofit of the Golden Gate Bridge. In 2006 Larry and Ann decided to move back to Butte to rebuild the Blue Moon Saloon. Larry designed and worked on every aspect of the rebuilding with a small crew. He was proud of how beautiful it was. At the time of his passing, he was remolding their home in Butte doing all the work himself while having many health issues.

Larry loved fishing and hunting. He loved to make Italian sausage, salami, and ravioli from recipes that were passed down to him. He was a great cook and great with a BBQ. He had a rough exterior but he had a huge heart. He loved his children, grandchildren, and family very much.

He was preceded in death by his beloved son, Anthony; grandmothers, Delores Barsanti and Victoria Redoni; father, Fred Bugni; sister, Kelley; and brother, Greg. Also, father and mother in law, David and Pam Winder. He survived by his wife, Ann; daughter, Laura (Carl) Daniel; son, Andrew; grandson's; Max and Huck Daniel; mother, Marcia; brother, Rick; sisters, Ginny, Marcy, Michelle, Patti (Loftin Lee), Shauna (Jeff) Torgerson; in-laws Kay Winder, and Jim (Shawn) Winder; sister-in-law, Cathy Bugni; and many nieces and nephews.

Funeral Services will be held at 2:00 PM on Wednesday, May 17th, in the Duggan Dolan Mortuary Chapel.  After the service, all are welcome at the McQueen club for a celebration of Larry’s life. If friends desire, in lieu of flowers, contributions could be made to the American Diabetes foundation. It was a bumpy road at times, never boring, and we had a hell of a ride! 

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